2 O O 2 LIVING THE MEMORIES 2002 Living the Memories Curry College 1071 Blue Hill Ave. Milton, MA 02186 www.curry.edu College Library afliSton,ilA 021d6 Living the Memories 1 Letter from the President Greetings and Congratulations to the Curry College Class of 2002, As President of your College, I wish to take a moment to congratulate you on your achieve- ment in becoming a Curry College Alum. You have studied at and graduated from an out- standing Institution that gets stronger each passing year. As an Alum, our pledge to you is that Curry College will continue to improve and make you more and more proud of your Alma Mater. Our request from you is that you stay engaged with the Curry Community. As we continue to build our great College into an even greater one, we need your assistance. Please get involved as an Alum and stay involved. Once again, congratulations on your achievements at Curry College and best wishes for much continued success. Sincerely, Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr. 2 Curry College Class of 2002 Dr. Robert Keighton Dedication Dr. Keighton, thK5tigh bis lively classroom teaching arid concern for the welfare of our stu- dents, now sustained over 36 years, has achieved near legendary status at Curry. He is k^own for his broad understanding of both the dynamics of the American political process, and if the most important players on the political scene: he displays this understanding through an exhaustive treasure of stories, anecdotes, and a mernory bank that includes al- most everything. Dr. Keighton's knowledge of his field is thus formi- dable; but as a person he is always approachable and engaging, a nurturing mentor over the years to countless students who are today better citizens because of his influmce. Living the Memories 3 Around Campus 4 Curn- College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 5 North Campus Residence Hall Dedication 6 Curry College Class of 2002 A Living the Memories 7 8 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 10 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 1 1 • 7>Vj^:>^Qncli4s ; *j£.-^' m JKk^t^U^^"y^mmmM v^l B 12 Curry College Class of 2002 ■'■7>y '"^ 14 Curry College Class of 2002 7\ ^^v x/ vr~ - ■ v^.t-^ ,.\ / Living the Memories 15 I Seniors S^OIMSS Seniors d SENIORS ^°^^S rlSe Seniors mors CMrM ^TT^( i^ ^^I^^^^H ^^fr nf <!>** rtns: iR^^^^^H ^B , -^^^H ^^Bpi "- s'-'m^^^ k n Jason Abrams Sharon, MA Visual Arts Katie Amirault Maiden, MA Communications Friends, thanks for the memories and becoming my family away from home! Family and Eric, thanks for the support and encouragement. Love you all! Nana Vi, keep watch over me. Mr. Hummel you made it all possible, thanks so much! I hold you all in my heart. Carolyn Anglin Dorchester, MA Nursing Thank you to all my family and friends for all your help along the way in helping me receive my degree in nursing. Joshua Anthony Hanover, MA Criminal Justice I thank all of my family for the support, and will always remember. The 7 days of Rugby. Throwing darts with Woody, Dumpster, and the Head. And to all the guys on the Rugby team, "Keep on Rockin. " Edilbette Arguelles Newington, CT Criminal Justice What can I say; Its been an adventure, thanxfor the bumpy ride. Ladies, the crazy and fun memories are never forgotten: NSYNC, Ahhhh, Got-Cha. Luv u guys. A mifamilia, no lo pudia hacer sin ustedes, Mami, Papi, ZB, y Sylma. Te quiero! Yasmine Babio Dorchester, MA Psychology Nicole Bello Hyde Park, MA Communications Mimi, thank yon for looking over me and guiding me in the right direction. My Imsband Louie, thankyou for your support and patience. I love you mom and Shania. Bella's thankyou. Brian, Shannon, Dave, andAimee thank you for such a memorable first year. Cheerleading #1, Junior Class Homecoming Queen. Thanks friends for all the laughs, luv, and support. Lesley A. Bennett Greenville, Rl Fine Arts Lynn M. Bennett Weymouth, MA Psychology "Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happenedl" It's beenfrin! Girls don't forget all our fun times especially the snowman! Monica thanks for everything! Good Luck with tlie baby! Mom and Dad thank you for your love and support. Courtney M. Bouchard Wells, ME Criminal Justice Mom & Dad thanks 4 everything, I told u I -would do it! I luv u so very much. To the "Senior" girls crew, IM, PG, SG, EC, DB, MG never loose touch u girls are the best! Cheerleaders, we made the best of it and the # 1 victory will alivays be remembered! Danyielle S. Bowman Hyde Park, MA Criminal Justice Jason Boyle Dennisport, MA Communications 18 Jeaneth Brackin Greenpond,NJ Education Natanya Braun Longmeadow, MA Business Management "Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened. " Keyett a. Burton-Samuels Mattapan, MA Communications "With God all things are possible. " I want to thank my mom for supporting me. I want to thank my husband for encouraging me. I would also like to thank my twin (Keisha) and my family for being there. Good Luck 2 Class of 2002. Elayne Josefina Campos Lawrence, MA Education, Psychology Hie purpose of life is to live a life of purpose. I have lone my best thus far, the rest I leave in the arms fthe Great Man ivho createdme. Thankyou to my ittle circle for giving me the strength and motiva- iou to continue on. It tooka lot of sacrificing, and lard work but here I am. My Lawton Crew PG, 'G, RG, I love you guys and continue to strive . . eineinber where we come from. Nicholas Capalbo Shrewsbury, MA Business Management Engineer at WLMN. Thanks to Chris & Cheri, Bob & Sara, Grams & Gramps, Marini family. Especially to Mom & Dad for pushing me to finish. To Angela for standing by me throughout everything. I love you! Thanks to Tripp & Mandy for the laughs. Jennifer Carroll Brockton, MA Nursing SONIA CaSNER Waltham, MA Coniiniinication Jonas Cavallo Edgartown, MA Business Management Kenia D. Chalas Boston, MA Communications PONLASAN ChAROONSRISWAD New Milford, N] Visual Arts Love you mom and dad for your support! Meeting all my friends, Green House resi- dents, all professors including Visual Arts, Library, Freshman Orientation. Thanks! Good luck to everyone! Michael E. Ciacera Everett, MA Communication Elizabeth Clark Easton, MA Education Wliere has tJie time gone girls? These 4 years have been filled lu/unforgettable memories that I will cJierishfor tite rest of my life. Thanks for all tlie laughs I! Mom, thanks for everything. I love you!! Alicia Collie Quincy, MA Communication Congratulations to the class of 2002! Thanks to all my friends and family who helped me make it though the past four years! Good luck to everyone still hanging around here next year! Lots of memories! Curry will be missed! Thanks Mom, Dad and Nana I Luv U! James Collins Highland Park, IL Sociology, Music One of the people I will miss the most is my private instructor teacher Doug Koch. Going to Curry has really opened my eyes. I've gotten to know quite a few people here, particularally in the fine arts department. Some of my best memories are singing at sring concerts with my girlfriend Jen Zion. Cathleen M. Cullinan Farmingdale, NY Psychology, Educatio?7 Some people move our soids to dance, they aivaken us to new understanding with the passing whisper of their wisdom. Some people leave footprints on our souls and we are never the same. Mom and Dad, all my love, you are both my guardian angels. Jennifer A. Curtin Weymouth, MA Business Management, Computers 4 long years Mom and Dad thank you for all your love and support. Jimmie and Heather thank you for being there to help me along the way. Lynn your encourage- ment helped me through it all. I did it now you can all breath easy again. Good Luck Class of 2002. Maria Daveiga Boston, MA Nursing First of all I would like to thank my parents for all they have done in these past four years. I would like to thank all my family and friends for all their support. To Ernst for supporting and encouraging me. And for wiping away the tears. I would not have been able to do it without you. To the nursing staff thank you for all your help. Richard Theodore DeLisle Duxbury, MA Business Management Robert DeMarco Winthrop,MA Political Science, History I took a xchile . . . but wow, what a trip! MA, DAD , Andrew, Julie (Honorable Mention: Eric) I Love You! Finna, John, Mary Ellen, Jess, Kelly, Mar]/, Gannon, Wilde Thank you for always being therefor me. Yes. . . I will be rich and famous! LORI DODD South Glastonbury, CT Visual Arts Mike Donaher Lakeville, MA Business Management Chad M. Doody Windham, ME Psychology I -would like to thank the staff at the library for their support as well as my teachers, especially Dr. Kahn, for all the help they have given me. I appreciate and thank my PAL program especially Pat MytKowicz, for being a big help to my success. Good luck to my roommates and my classmates 22 from thedramaclub. Thanks tomyparenls for their support. John A. Driscoll Lynn, MA Visual Arts Efua T. Dufu Worcester, MA Psychology Rebecca A. Dunlap Amherst, NH Education Mom and Dad thank you I love yon. This chapter might be over but there are many more! Thanks EK RH, NM, }K, BW, }B, AF, }F, CS, AM, ED, DF! Lynn Eramo Marshfield, MA Business Management Amanda Feldman Queens, NY Psychology/ Education "You measure the size of the accomplish- ment by the obstacles you had to overcome to reach your goals. " Thanks mom for all your support. Mike, thanks for always be- ing there. Roomie .. .What can I say? Congrats to all my friends. We did it. Brian J. Felicella San Antonio, TX Communications Thank You to my parents and sisters Tara and Erica also to the Crew thanks for the laughs, the times, and the constant party we lived in. And thanks to all that helped me find myself within Thank you all from the bottom of my heart. -Please-PLUR (Peace Love Unity Respect) Peace Michael Ferrara Winthrop, MA Business Tracey Ferriabough Hyde Park, MA Sociology u Paul B. Fioretti Framingham, MA Business Management Suite 2G three years, the boys MF, 3s, 4s, SAP,GIO, Lang. Dance Party Holly Thank you 4 memories. Mom and Dad 1 Love You. Carolyn Fleming Braintree, MA Education, Preschool Couldn't have made it iv/oitt special Is Mel Lins Shell TA B Bethany Sap DOOF. What a ride it has been thanks ladies 4 making it worth while. B thanks for smiles NVR4GET LB MUMD AD Andy Chris Thanks 4 the second chance I Love You Its ok 2 cry a river if you can build a bridge. 1 Lawrence Fleshman Oakville, On Canada Business Management Courage is not the absence of fear Courage is looking fear in the face and conquering. Some of its magic some of its tragic but it has been a good time all the way. LZF JR. MEF EAF B}F AST NC AM CCRC Christine Frazier Braintree, MA Communication Tracy Gallagher Natick, MA Business Shirley Garcia Lawrence, MA Sociology, Psychology Tony N. Giannetti Scituate, MA Business Management Monica M. Glynn Weymouth, MA Politics/ History GoodBye Curry it has been a great four years. I've made some good friends and memories over the years. Til miss white house andmy great roommate Lynn. Thank you mom and dad for always being there. I couldn't have done it without you guys. 143 Keu Allison Godlewski Millis, MA Business Management Nicole L. Goldrick Quincy, MA Criminal Justice/ Psychology The best part zvas7t't the place, but the people I meet on the way. It was out of control, and I wouldn't change it for the world. To my friends thanks for the memo- ries. Ma & Dad I did it! Love you. Aaron J. Gondelman Sharon, MA Business Management I would like to thank my family and friends for all of the support over the past 4 years. Lynn I love you and thank you for all the support and help. Patricia Maria Gonzalez Lawrence, MA Criminal Justice I could not forget the memories I have made I could not forget the friendships that are with me today I could not forget the love I once had It will live in me forever 1 F ^ 1 1 ^^ ^ t 1 r x,^ ^^ ""n ^ 1: ■ 1 ^ Ryan Donovan Green Lynn, MA Christopher Greenwood Portsmouth, NH Crimitial Justice Mon all this because of you/ all the girls . . . miss y'all, best ofluck/CCRC/Dumpster, Guinea, Susan B... "Keep on Ruckin"/ "U tried your best and U failed miserably. The lesson is " never try" . "-Homer Robin L. Halpern Boston, MA Psychology Mom, Dad, family, thanks for all your support. I could not have done it without you. Neil thanks for all your encourage- ment. Friends, it's not goodbye, it's all see you later. Thanks for all the fun times. We made it! Sara G. Harlow Nobleboro, ME Communications Elizabeth M. Hart Scituate, MA Communications Thanks Mom, Dad, jimmy, never forget sweet Caroline, Laid, love you always, joe, TK, LS, WL, CB, TO, KH, BC, NO, DM, jS, JC, BR, KK, KA, BF, NP, CM, Home AT, AO, KM, PG, LK, KM, KL, Good Luck! Kathlene Heagney Brimfield, MA Education It's been a great four years at camp, but our time is up and success awaits us. Thanks Mom, Dad, Cristin, and Kim for all your love and support, and belief in me. My love J to DB, CM, NG, KG, BC, EH \ KiMBERLY HeAGNEY Brimfield, MA Business Thank you Mom and Dad for everything I love you. K and C thanks for the support. Camp Curry kids good times always- to my dear friends I love you all; I leave for Curry with a good heart. Best wishes to 2002. Matt Hochberg Hometown Mass Communications Garry Lee Hoffman Newton, MA Business Management WerzMyBudwiza! 1" Thanks Ma, iLuvU Boyz:IDC,A-Team,Mugants,LCAnutz "LifeIsOur's,WeLiveItOurWay" Croninz,Schops,Laconia01,4ths Allniterz,Echo,Ave,Yukka,Concerts }AGER,Bloints,SoxGamz,XXXVIunda JM (R.I.P.)weMissUl Jonathan Hynes Marlboro, MA Communication Jennifer Lynn Jaslow Canton, MA Education Kathleen M. Jones Braintree, MA Nursing Naomi S. Kates Columbia, MD Psychology "We should all take a lesson form crayons. Some are sharp, some are short, they are all different colors, hut they all have to live in the same box." -Unknown Thanks to my family, friends, and PAL advisor! Leila Kocen North Attleboro, MA Communication Matthew Henry Kopec Brookside, NJ Criminal Justice Elissa Kostopoulos Burlington, MA Psychology Jonathan N. Krinsky Peabody, MA Business Management I want to thank my mom, dad, Matthew, Erica, and all my friends. I also love and thank forever, De'Arna. Kristina Kuepper Norwood, NJ Communications The past four years has given me so many funny memories. I feel that I have formed a family away from home. I love everyone than gave me the support I needed. Thank you mom, dad, Oliver, Spot, Pumpkin, Mrs. Nesbit, Patty, Prof. Dimanno, Dr. Fand, everyone else. You know who you are. Love Kuep. Christopher M. Kuhn Dedham, MA Business Management Jeffrey Lang E. Weymouth, MA Business Management Kim T. Le Randolph, MA Nursing Wendy Lehman Haddonfield, NJ Sociology Thomas Lennon Sharon, MA Graphic Design #5 To all my friends thanks for being there for me and good hick in the future. Fam love you guys always. Love LAXT Arts T Lauren Levine Sharon, MA Business Management KiMBERLY LOBELLO Longmeadow, MA Conimunicntioiis I just -wanted to tlmnk my family for all the things the]/ have done for me. I also want to thank my family for believing in me. I have grown a great deal since coming to Curry College. Lauren E. Lospennato Revere, MA Education Timothy Lowell Wakefield, MA Political Science, History Margaret Mahoney Milton, MA Health Angela M. Marini Braintree, MA Business Management Caitlin a. Marino Plymouth, MA Psychology Thanks for everything Mom Dad & family, Uuv you guys. Kim Kathy & friends for all the fun, luv & memories, I'll miss you. Kevin thanks for being apart of my life & always making me laugh, 143. Neil Markoff Springfield, VA Business Management Peter J. Mazalewski Sandown, NH Communications Dayna Mazzola Norwell, MA Visual Arts "We're leaving again Can't recall where we've been I guess we'll just go Until we run out of road." Jewel To: A]NYJLBF LS KK DD K} }J Never forget the memories Mom Dad Joy thanks for everything I love you Sean P. McDonald Norton, MA Business Management "I have finally made it" Kristen M. McKenzie Easthampton, MA Nursing To all my friends. Thanks for all the memo- ries. I'll miss yazl Mom & Dad, thanks for helping me make my dreams come true. I couldn't have done it luithoiit you. Kay & Beck, sistasfor life. Love you my Baby Girl. To my Baby Boy, you mean the world to me. Kyle McNamar Vernon, CT Communications Randall B. Menken New York, NY Sport Management/ Business Elizabeth A. Middleton Glastonbury, CT Busmess Sherrie Lee Miller Carver, MA Criminal Justice Christian Mitchell Medford, MA Sociology Proper equality activates controlled emo- tions -Prince Roveem You fear things that don't exist. Tlie worst type of cowardice is to know what is right and not do it. 32 -Joe Clark Bethany Monroe Weymouth, MA Criminal Justice Daniel R. Murphy Dartmouth, MA Business Mom and Dad thanks for all your love and support. Ang and Chris thanks for always being there. Fredo you're the best friend a guy could have, couldn't have done it without you. Res. Lifethanh for all the GOOD TIMES & GREAT MEMO- RIES! Jeffrey P. Nagle Dedham, MA Communications Yvonne Naimey Easton, MA Health Manhattan, Don't Look At Me With Those Mexican Eyes, Happy New Year Dave, Oakland, Shorty, Bebon, Stump Sprouts, Hi Sweetie, Maine, Chuckles, Everlast, Tito Jackson, Sal, Saratoga, CA ? Is That Chuck? To My Family + Friends- Thank You! Rebecca A. Norris Derby, CT Psychology E r ^3 B ^-i^^Vj ^^m 1 r- ^i^« m y M .M M PI^^Hi Tara Osterkamp Hollis, NH Communications Mark Particelli Framingham, MA Business Management Best of Luck to all my boys in 2G AKA ( DANCE PARTY CENTERAL) PF, JL, MF, NS, TG, And RR. 4 unforgettable years w/SMP. Thanks Mom, Dad & Matt Love u Guys. JUSTINA PaZDYK Braintree, MA Criminal Justice Brian J. Pearson Abington, MA Business Management TJianks Mom, Dad, Dave, Steve, and Kerry for your support througliout college. Good Luck everybody. Nicole Susan Pennini Middleboro, MA Communication Justin Perry Arlington, MA Communication Jason D. Petitti Norwell, MA Business Management To all my friends at curry especially my roomies in suite 1H and my management pals life has been great and I wish the best for all of you. SR you're my best pal thank youforthat,AWIloveyou4lifeMom+Dad thanks for all the love and support I love you. Angela Pettinelli S. Weymouth, MA Edith Pierre-Jean Brockton, MA Nursing John C. Polcari, Jr. Marshfield, MA Criminal Justice Jessica Pollak Syosset, NY Communication Shannon L. Powers Everett, MA Business Management Gerald A. Ramsey Roslindale, MA Graphic Design Jakov Salov New Rochelle, NY Communication Nick Sapienza Methuen, MA Communications Joseph J. Savioli Milton, MA Sociolog}/, English Tania Schiller Norwich, VT Criminal Justice Ryan B. Searle Vineyard Haven, MA Politics, History, Criminal Justice "Be sure to put your feet in the right place, then stand firm." - Abraham Lincoln Guy Simkay Larchmont, NY Comnnmicntions Aaron F. Smith Danbury, CT Psychology Peter Smith Abington, MA Visual Arts 36 Jennifer Sohn Stoughton, MA Psychology RosEMARiE Solomon Canton, MA Business Management Leigh I. Spiro Readville, MA Sociology Chloe J. Sringstead Boston, MA Criminal Justice, Sociology H. Kimball Stanwood York, ME Communications CCRC- Best Creio. Woody, TheHead, Susan B. andotherst glers DATS, Victory, Mosquite. Unknown Soldier Thanks to All CORINNE M. StEINNAGEL Mamaroneck, NY Psychology Laura Stengle Ann Arbor, Michigan Psychology I ivoiild like to thank my parents and my PAL instructor for their support and deal- ing with me for the four years of my college career WOW, I can't believe I made it tliis far. It has been the best four years of my college career and noiv it is on to big and better things. Anne Straight Briarcliff Manor, NY Communications "Another Page in life's little hook another chance to excel." - William S. Straight "Honesty is the best policy." "I came, I saw, 1 conquered. " Thanks to all for being therefor me. Holly A. Sulcius Glastonbury, CT Psychology Shannon M. Sullivan Sherborne, MA Psychology AiMEE L. Teixeira Revere, MA Business Management, Accounting Amanda Ticknor Danbury, CT Psychology "Good friends are hard to find, harder to leave and impossible to forget" Mom, Dad, Tripp- 1 never could have done it without the love and support 1 had these 4 years- Nick&Ange memories will last forever! Michael Warburgh Huntington, NY Communication They never could make him sad. He didn 't know he was human he was always happy. Happy Jack. - The Who! Timothy Warnock Exeter, NH Criminal Justice Aaron Waters Lawrenceville, NJ Graphic Artist Bronwyn Webster Needham, MA Nursing I would like to thank my wonderful family for all of their love and support over the last four years. I wouldn 't have made it without you. Mum, Dad, and Brett, I love you! Amanda Whitmore Waterville, ME Communication Kristin Williams Wells, ME Business Management Ryan C. Wood Stoneham, MA En<^IisJi Elizabeth Yaney Darien, CT Communication Jennifer Zion Stow, MA Psychology Leigh Spiro Jared Zicher Canton, MA Living the Memories 41 42 Curry College Class of 2002 FRIENDS! 4ir« ■ i ^^'T— ^' 1 1 i«l ^^H 1 .i^M L GREAT TIMES! Living the Memories 45 GREAT 46 Curry College Class of 2002 MEMORIES! Living the Memories 47 ^^^mL 1 K''j^^^^/ m AH ^ ^^^P^MK.' '"^^^ A^^J^^ ' K^^ m '■n i^^Kl ' '^ 'S^^^^^k H ~^-«««i i fi n^^ SI'' -'i^W- '^'ts t?'-p1 ''M i i^s^M * 1 Ht' i w "tt ^^^^m :"y Hoc 48 Curry College Class of 2002 5 Student Life 3 H ain JLNaanx: Student Life Student Life Student Life 9jiq ;u9pn4S T ^T7TrTn I*' • » ''^W. J^'Kesiclence i''-M \ * .JT- I 50 Curry College Qass of 2002 4H. "2001-2002 '■':. ■%f -M ■f^ ^ %>^ Livmg the Memories 51 Orientation 52 Curry College Qass of 2002 Sept 1 - 4, 2001 Living the Memories 53 ■ /•■■^^'^Mj ^'^ ^9^ llkwi m ^^^^m^'t^^'^Bf ' h^ i...^" f ^^^^ : ■L HHAjft^im ^g 54 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 55 Homecoming 56 Curry College Oass of 2002 September 28th to the 30th 2001 Living the Memories 57 Family Weekend October 19-21, 2001 58 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 59 :]/f:}M i4 n ig nt Mgd ness • '^ •;; > 11 V^ fix r/M ,^UBHr ^ / , /.III, COBBT A. •jQctopef- 18, 2001 VvV^ Halloween 62 Curry College Class of 2002 October 31,2001 Living the Memories 63 64 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 65 Students stayed on campus to donate their time to help those in need in the local community Alternative Spring Break In a community outreach effort, 13 Curry College students have participated in Curry's first Alternative Spring Break program March 11 through March 15, 2002. "A Week of Social Awareness: Alternative Spring Break 2002" v^as developed to give the students of Curry College an opportunity to stay on campus during the spring break week while donating their time to help those in need in the local community. Each day the program had featured a different community service project, coordinated and accompanied by a member of the Curry College staff, which is designed to instill enlightenment and sensitivity among program participants. Group activities were scheduled in the evening which allowed students to share their thoughts on that day's experience and its impact. Michael Randall, Assistant Director of Students Activities, led the effort to begin the program at the College and engaged John Hoff, President at Curry Cares, a student-run x'olunteer organization, who helped to promote the program to students. This year's service projects included serving lunch to the homeless at Father Bill's Place, a homeless shelter in Quincy, MA; volunteering at the Milton Animal Shelter; assisting at the Greater Boston Food Bank; providing companionship to the elderly at Uniquity House; and participating in an environmental clean-up day at the Franklin Park Zoo. In addition to Hoff, students Lynn Eramo, Peter Favazza, Katherine Gomez, Lisa Irving, Naomi Kates, Kevin Mendonca, J.D. Plato, Jessica Pollack, Andrew Shaw, Cori Steinnagel, Ryan Walsh, and Michael Warburgh have participated m the program. 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"% m mSSBju M gi IfE^Uj ^H b^ hEI UHj ^B w~ 3 ^ jfe H^^H IHH iSr'ii ^^^3 i^*""^^^ im^^i K n BHpfe^^^ m i3 Living the Memories 105 106 Curry College Class of 2002 i wi^WW Living the Memories 107 108 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 109 110 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 111 Curry Cares y/oi^'Jiriy 'Wis, he Chndreri's 112 Curry College Class of 2002 The Children's Zoo at Franklin Park Living the Memories 113 r^ t I" 114 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 115 1 ^fi^^'QHinciftif-rf »*-. I ■yx/>y I ^^^Hfk^^^^^^l fj. 1 1 16 Curry College Class of 2002 -^ tP^. **" ^w t^ '-V *y<' Living the Memories 117 Alliance ia a. - . ' i gg gr^ - .■;« The Alliance is an organization that is committed to education, diversity and safety. These three ideas and principles keep the Alliance strong and committed to the embitterment of the Curry community. Making the community better by edu- cating it about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues as well as the effects and implications of homophobia. Our diversity within the Alliance is our strength. Our members come from a variety of backgrounds, majors and disciplines. Lastly, working to maintain an environment that is safe for all students to live their lives to their fullest and grow to their fiallest potential without fear and hostility. All of this together is the Alliance. The Alliance's history is short, however it is packed with information. The organization was started during the 2000/2001 academic year. It devised to pro- vide a meeting space for GLBT students and their allies while educating the whole community. Every year the Alliance celebrates National Coming Out Day and remembering World AIDS Day during the winter semester. Spring semester the Alliance takes action by taking part in the Take Back the Night Project. Every year the Alliance keeps building on these existing projects and finding new and exciting programs to bring to campus. 1 18 Curry College Class of 2002 Currier Times The Currier Times is a bi-weekly student run campus newspaper. We have a staff of about 1 5 students and one faculty advisor. The Currier Times office is currently located in the basement of Student Activi- ties and Resident's Life. We report on campus news, sports, arts and entertainment, on-campus features and world events found in the op-ed section. The Currier Times is always looking for students who are interested in writing. We encourage everyone to get involved. Living the Memories 1 19 WMLN Alan Frank, director of broadcasting of WMLN 91 for a consecutive 26 years running. Heather and Matt debate wfiat news story will be up next. 120 Curry College Class of 2002 Matt and Kerri take a break to smile. Living the Memories 121 WMLN Tripp and Nick in the Engineering Room pacl<ing up equipment. 122 Curry College Class of 2002 Luke needs a little help from Pete and Unique. Heather and Jess bartend the soda duhng the WLMN Pre-jam. Living the Memories 123 clubs CAB One Nation Student Ambassador 124 Curry College Class of 2002 Sports sXHOdS Sports . M Snorts ssr^Vvj » GO Sports s^od, Sports Coach Jen Levine and Captain Carly Steele led the Cheerleading Squad for the 2001-2002 Season. The cheer- leaders took great pride in their cheering. They led the football and basketball team to numerous victories. Their enthusiasm and halftime routines kept the fans spirit high. These girls made the games a little more interesting. Their high-risk stunts and spirited cheers electrified the crowd. The Curry Cheerleaders competed for the first time together on November 10th and brought home a 1st place trophy. They decided to form a competition squad with the best cheerleaders and they competed again on March 30th. They brought home with pride a 1st place trophy. This year the cheerleaders had many challenges yet they succeeded those challenges and are the pride of Curry College. 2002 Compettion Squad Nadia Ashley, Nicole Bello, Dana Bonaventura, Courtney Bouchard, Nicole Cannon, Brand! Lawrence, Erin Powell, Carly Steele, Dana, Meghan,Daniel]e Landry, Kaitlin Greene, Amanda Gentile. 126 Curry College Class of 2002 2001 Football Cheerleaders Nadia Ashley Fr. Dedham, MA 2002 Nicole Bello Jr. Hyde Park, MA Dana Bonaventura So. Medford, MA Courtney Bouchard Sr. Wells, MA Corrine Cox So. Weymouth,MA Kristin Cushing Fr. Braintree,MA Amanda Gentile Jr. Stoughton,MA Kaitlin Greene Jr. tewskbury,MA Danielle Landry Jr. North Attleboro,MA Brandi Larence So. Ludlow,MA Kim O'Connor So. Merrimack,NH Erin Powell So. Weymouth,MA Carly Steele Jr. Malden,MA Taylor Sugden Fr. Carver,MA Jessica Sullivan So. Winthrop,MA 2002 Basketball Cheerleaders Nadia Ashley, Nicole Bello, Dana Bonaventura, Courtney Bouchard, Nicole Cannon, Jackie Hide, Kristen Cushing, Brandi Lawrence, Erin Powell, Chrissy Semler, Carly Steele. Living the Memories 127 Football The 2001 Curry College football team finished its seasori with a 9-2 record, collecting the most wins in school history. The Colonels picked up their first-ever wins against Norwich (5 ties). Salve Regina (9 tries) and New Jersey City University (3 tries). On November 17, the Colonels played for their first championship title since 1971, falling 36-35 to Worcester State in the ECAC Division III Norteast Championship Game. Head Coach Steve Nelson now owns a 28-13 (.683) career record through four seasons. His 2001 squad also set recores for points scored (334), touchdowns scored (41), passing yards (1,680) and total yards (3,513). Curry appeared in the top 10 in all nine ECAC Division III New England polls during the season, and finished the year ranked sixth. The Colonels' defense ranked in the top 35 nation- wide for total defense (13th), turnover margin (14th), pass efficiency defense (28th) and scoring defense (33rd). 128 Curry College Class of 2002 Norwich 20 19 Maine Maritime 55 24 Framingham State 38 14 MIT 27 14 Nichols 13 21 Western New England 22 13 Salve Regina 16 Fitchburg State 44 New Jersey City 34 21 UMass Dartmouth 30 21 Worcester State 35 36 Win/Loss Record Living the Memories 129 Men's Soccer (4-10-3, 4-6-1 CCC) 2001 was a year of transition for the Curry Men's Soccer program. Last fall, the Colonels fielded the youngest squad in the Commonwealth Coast Conference. It was a year in which the team laid the foun- dation for future success. The Colonels qualified for the CCC Tournament for the first fime since 1996 with a starting 1 1 comprised of nine fi-eshman and sophomores. As is the case with many young teams, the season had its ups and downs. The players' technical abilities and tactical sense improved a great deal over the course of the campaign, but the physical nature of a col- legiate season began to take its toll. Injuries to key players made it virtually impossible to field the top eleven players on a regular basis. Still, for the first time in his three-year head coaching tenure, Brendan Donahue's team showed an ability to come from behind to win matches. Junior forward Ron Vickers and fi-eshman defender Rob Chamberlain were both named to the CCC Honorable Mention squad. Vickers — who terrorized opposing defenders with his constant pressure to the ball - was named as team "Most Valuable Player." He led the squad in scoring with seven goals. Chamber- lain earned the team's "Freshman of the Year" award, largely due to his unmatched work ethic and tena- cious defense. The "Coaches' Award" was presented to freshman defender Joey DiDiego, whose versatility and "team firsf attitude made him a natural leader on the field. 130 Curry College Class of 2002 Win loss record Us Them Gordon College 2 2 New England 1 6 Endicott 2 UMass Dartmouth 4 Wentworth 2 Anna Maria 1 1 Nichols 4 Roger Williams 3 Suffolk 5 U of New England 4 Framingham 2 1 Salve Regina 2 2 Colby-Sawyer 4 5 Eastern Nazarene 2 5 Mt. Ida 3 2 Roger Williams 1 2 Living the Memories 131 Women's Soccer Women's Soccer (3-15, 1-11 CCC) After a nine-win season in 2000, Head Coach Danielle Ferrara had high expecta- tions for her squad during preseason. But the loss of two key players and inju- ries to numerous others resulted in a disappointing 2001 campaign. The toughest hurdle facing Ferrara and Assistant Coach Caitlin Roberts was the lack of experience among their season-ending, 16-p layer roster. Only senior Liz Middleton and junior Leianne Best had more than one season of collegiate soccer to their credit. On the upside, the freshman and sophomore classes boasted a great deal of raw talent, and these younger student-athletes worked hard through-out the season. The Colonels' "Most Valuable Player" award went to goalkeeper Middleton. The senior captain ended the season with 215 saves, a .802 save percentage, 53 goals allowed and a 3.31 goals against average. Her athleticism and game time efforts stood out among the rest. Middleton closed out her collegiate career by ranking third in the conference with an 11.55 saves per game average. Co- captain Best once again controlled the backfield in the sweeper position. Among a solid core of nine sophomores was forward Rebecca Gardner - who made All- Conference Honorable Mention and led the team in scoring with six goals and four assists. At ye a r's end. Newcomer Caitlin Gray received the squad's "Rookie of the Year" award in recognition of her aggressive play in the Colonels' backfield. First-year defender Jen Spartichino's desire to compete and perform well earned her the "Most Improved Player" award . Another standout freshman was goalkeeper Nicole Wandy, who played behind Middleton in 2001, but will likely be Curry's starting netminder her sophomore year. 132 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 133 Men's Tennis ^KL^ 2002 CURRY COLLEGE Chad Commers Freshman Sunfish Lake, MN James Condlin Freshman Edgartown, MA Jason Feldman Junior Bethpage, NY Alex Johnson Junior Mexico City, Mexico Jonathan Krinsl<y Senior Peabody, MA Jose Merino Freshman Guaynabo, PR Don Schneider FreshmanWindham, NH Adam Souza Freshman Hanover, MA Matt Williams Freshman Reading, MA 1 34 Curry College Class of 2002 HEAD COACH: John Ritucci 2nd season CAPTAIN: Jonathan Krinsky Opponets March April Johnson and Wales University Wentworth Inst, of Technology Albertus Magnus College UMass Boston Emerson College Becker College Newbury College UMass Dartmouth Roger Williams University Nichols College Eastern Nazarene College Salve Regina University Worcester State College Gordon College Colby-Sawyer College Suffolk University Western New England College Endicott College CCC Tournament Living the Memories 135 Women's Tennis The 2001 Curry Women's Team participated in the CCC Tournament for a second-straight season, qualifying once again as the eighth seed. Head Coach Herb Chenll got the most from his six-player roster, but missed junior Jessica Blumkin- one of his top performers from 2000 who spent this fall semester studying abroad. Senior captan Jennifer Jaslow anchored the squad at #1 singles and at #1 doubles with sophomore Cara Lineham. Together they shared the team's ''Most Valuable Player" award. Sophomore Stephanie Siegler was the Colonel's top doubles winner capturing nine of her 17 matches at #2 doubles (paired most often with junior Yodelle Fernan-dez) -and was subsequently named "Most Improved Player." Among newcom- ers, Ali Pendola made a strong debut, playing at #6 singles and leading the team with 10 match wins. The fres hman's first collegiate match against Salem State was a memorable one, with a dominating 6- 0,6-1 singles victory and 8-3 doubles win with classmates Christiane Hill that decided the match in Curry's favor. Pendola subsequently earned CCC "Rookie of the Week" honors on September 10. 136 Curry College Class of 2002 I Living the Memories 137 Women's Cross Country The 2001 Women's Cross-Country Team participated in eight meets. The Colonels, under first-year Head Coach Tammy Monahan, qualified for team rankings at two of those meets- the first time since the program's inception as a varsity sport in 1998 that Curry has qualified as a team. The Colonels placed sixth out of nine teams at the Regis college Invitational on October 20. A pair of veterans- sophomore Heather Petitpas and junior Laura Estey- proved solid throughout the campaign. Petitpas was the squad's strongest runner and finished first for the Colonels in every 5k event. Her final race at the CCC Champion- ships on October 27 was proof fo her hard work throughout the season. Petitpas posted a 47- second improve- ment (22:55) from her Sepetmber 22 race (aslo at Gordon College). Estey completed her third season just as strongly as Petitpas with an indentical 47-second improve- ment (23:27) in her time. As team captain, Estey served as a role model for the newer members of the team. Sophomore newcomers Andrea Sarbanis and Sara McLane both had an immediate | positive impact on Curry's for- tunes. Sarbanis ran her final race at River College in 23:24, slicing more than two minutes off hei! previous best time. McLane brokej the 25-minute mark at the Confer- ence Championships, a goal she thought was unattainable at thei beginning of the season. She wasi later named as the team's "Rookie of the Year." 138 Curr>' College Oass of 2002 Living the Memories 139 , :^-^. ^^i. Men's Basketball The 2001-2002 men's basket- ball team finished at 13-12 overall- a 4 1/2 ga,e improve- ment over last season's 8-16 record. They also finished at 8-3 (3rd place) in the Commonwelath Coast Confer- ence (CCC)- a 5- game improvemenr over last season's 3-8 record and hosted a CCC playoff game for the first time since 1993. Senior Kyle McNamar (Vernon, CT) led the mation in blocked shots per game (4.3) and was a Firts-Team All- Con- ference selection. But freshman Marcus Wilson (Lovkfell, MA) was the Colonel's leading scorer and was selected as CCC "Rookie of the Year". The "Coaches'Award" was presented to freshman defender Joey DiDiego, whose versatility and "team first" attitude made him a natural leader on the field. 140 Curry College Class of 2002 Record Us Them / Worcester Polytech 75 82 / Daniel Webster 95 86 / Springfield 60 61 Castleton State 86 87 Lyndon State 85 102 Hampshire College 91 68 "^^ Gordon College 76 70 Castleton State 78 74 Bridgewater 80 85 Tufts University 78 99 Endicott College 64 73 Salve Regina 74 84 Lasell College 77 91 Mt. Ida College 81 68 New England 93 87 Eastern Nazarene 99 91 Univ. of New England 85 70 Notre Dame (NH) 90 77 Nichols College 78 60 Colby-Sawyer 60 100 Wentworth Inst. 83 78 St. Jospeph's (ME) 83 92 Anna Maria 83 63 Roger Williams 81 67 Endicott College 69 70 CURRY ;^^^ \ Women's Basketball The 2001-2002 women's bas- ketball team finished at 17-9 o\'erall-9 1/2 game improve- ment over last season's 7-17 record and the most wins in a season since 1989-90. The women's basketvball team also finsihed at 6-6 in the Commonwelath Coast Confer- ence (CCC) with a 5- game improvement over last season's 1-11 record and quali- fied for the CCC Tournament for the first time since 1997-98. Freshman cemter Jackie Har- ris (New Havne, CT) led the CCC in scoring with an 18.6 points per game average and was selected as the CCC "Rookie of the Year" and First Team All Confernece. The women's basketball team ranked 25th in the nation for Scoring Defense (53.0 points per game allowed) and 29th in the nation for Rebounding Margin (+7.3 per game). 142 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 143 The 2001men's hockey team finished at 16-8-1 overall- a 10 1/2- game improvement over last season's 4-17-1 record, more wins in this season than in the last three seasons com- bined, and the most wins since 1988-89. The hockey team also finsihed at 11-4 in the EC AC North- east- an 8-game improvement over last season's 3-1 3-1 record and qualified for the ECAC Tournament for the first time since 1988-89. Senior defenseman Joe Savioli (Milton, MA) was selected as ECAC Northeast "Player of the 144 Curry College Class of 2002 Year" and First-Team All- Con- ference. But freshman forward Sean Pero (Dorchester, MA) was sleeted as ECAC North- east "Rookie of the Year" and Second-Team All-Conference. Men's Hockey Roster Phil Belmonet, Derek Kerstner,Michael O'Sullivan, Ryan Murphy, David Roberts, Joseph Chaisson, Michael Casagrande, Kevin Narciso, Mike Ciacera, Michael Melanson, Sean Pero, Daniel Torpey, Andrew O'Brian, Brian Doherty, Jason Boyle, Michael Heenan, Ryan Linehan, Pat Donovan, Daniel Gates, Joe Savioli, Mark Barravecchio, Matthew Wargo, Eli Hawkins, Ryan Wood, Sean Ray, Chester Ferrira. Head Coach: Rob Davies 3rd season Assistant coaches: Bob Barich 2nd season Tom MacDonald 1st season Capain: Joe Savioli Assistant Capains: Ryan Linehan,Brian Doherty eHHU^^i^^h p tT ^^r ■-■-*-a Living the Memories 145 Men's Lacrosse 2002 Curry College Men's Lacrosse Roster No. Name Position CL HT WT Hometown 1 Mark Lange Attack Jr. 5-7 185 Pittsfield, MA 2 Chris Sherburne Attack Fr. 5-8 230 Arlington, MA 3 Ryan Shields Attack Jr. 6-5 175 Saugus, MA 4 Rob Chamberlain Goalie Fr. 5-7 160 Minnechaug, MA 5 Tom Lennon Defense Sr. 6-5 215 Sharon, MA 7 Geno Busa Defense Jr. 5-10 172 Billerica, MA 8 Nick Sapienza Midfield Sr. 6-0 200 Methuen, MA 10 Sean Ray Midfield Fr. 5-11 170 Sherman, CT 11 Brad Trullinger Midfield Sr. 6-2 190 Pennington, NJ 12 Jason Katsos Goalie So. 5-9 185 Saugus, MA 13 John Driscoll Midfield Sr. 5-8 170 Lynn, MA 14 Jon Hawes Attack So. 6-2 170 Weymouth, MA 19 Harry Nadal Defense Jr. 6-4 230 San Juan, PR 20 Neil Markoff Attack Sr. 5-10 190 Springfield, VA 21 Eric Corse Midfield Sr. 6-1 205 Franklin Lakes, N. 22 Tim Hagen Midfield Sr. 5-11 195 Braintree, MA 23 Brian Donovan Midfield So. 5-9 155 Holbrook, MA 28 Daryl Goodwin Defense Sr. 5-8 180 Scituate, MA 34 Travis Huber Defense Fr. 6-1 220 Orchard Park, NY 35 Zach Milliard Midfield So. 5-10 234 Lakeland, NY 37 Bob Belliveau Midfield Fr. 5-8 185 Revere, MA HEAD COACH: Kevii 1 Pezanowski (Springfield College '89), 5tli ASSISTANT COACH: John Martinc (Rutgers '95), 2nd season CAPTAINS: Tom Lennon & Brad Trullii iger 146 Curry College Class of 2002 Vassal College (@ Orlando, FL) Assumption College Clark University UMass Boston Wentworth Institute of Technology Mass Maritime Academy Daniel Webster College Nichols College University of New England New England College Roger Williams University Salve Regina University Gordon College Keene State Mt. Ida College Endicott College CCC Tournament Living the Memories 147 The 2002 Women's Lacrosse Team ended their season with a 1 1-6 record overall and a 4-4 Commonwealth Coast Conference record. In the conference pre-season poll, the Colonels were picked to be last out of eight teams. After the regular season, they were tied for third with a record of 4-3. They also got a home game for the quarterfinals. Both coaches, Caitlin and J.B., new their team would improve from last years' 4-10 record overall and a 0-7 record in the conference, but being a second year team, they were not sure if experience would play a part in games, especially against the conference opponents. Throughout the season, they proved that they were going to work as hard as a veteran team and play as hard as one. They played hard in every game and with an exception of one game; they did not loose a conference match by more than three goals. The team is only loosing three seniors, two starters, and with the rest of the players returning and a new group of players coming in, the team should be even stronger next year than they were this year. The lady Colonels had three players make First Team All Conference; sophomores, Courtney Roche, Ruth Yacubian, and Molly Melone and senior Liz Middleton made Second Team All Conference. Newcomer Courtney Roche, ended her season with 23 goals and 34 assists for 57 total points. She was ranked ninth in the conference for total points with 57, eighth in the conference for points per game with 4.07, second in the conference for assists per game with 2.43, third in the conference for groundballs with 5.14, and third in the conference for draw controls with 3.29. Her team named her Co-Rookie of the Year. Molly Melone was the backbone of the defense. She controlled not only the backfield, but the midfield as well. Her team voted her Defensive Player of the Year. Ruth Yacubian had an amazing year. She had never picked up a lacrosse stick before last year and this year she was ranked second in the conference for goals against average, with 121 goals against and 8.53 average, and second in the conference for save percentage, with 191 saves and 0.612 save percentage. She was also named Goalie of the Year by the conference. Co-captain Liz Middleton was the number one offensive player on the team. She ended the year with 39 goals, 25 assists and 64 total points. She was ranked sixth in the conference for total points with 64, fourth in the conference with points per game with 4.57, eighth in the conference for goals per game with 2.79 and third in the conference with assists per game with 1 .79. Her team named her Offensive Player of the Year. The Most Valuable Player award was given to sophomore Rebecca Gardner. She ended the season with 24 goals, six assists and 30 total points. She was ranked first in the conference for groundballs with 90. Freshman Nicole Wandy was named Co-Rookie of the Year. She didn't have many goals or assists, but tl team recognized her hard work and dedication to this team and wanted to award her for this. The coaches voted on two awards, Most Improved Player, which was given to sophomore Erin Butler, and Coaches Award, which was given to senior co-captain Lori Dodd. 148 Curry College Class of 2002 „-».^.,,, ,. -„ — ..«..„.. Living the Memories 149 Men's Baseball No. Name Position CL B-T HT WT Hometown 2 Nick Pomakis OF Jr. R-R 5-8 160 Hull, MA 3 Joe DiMarzo P Fr. R-R 5-11 160 East Boston, MA 4 Gareth Watts INF Jr. S-R 6-0 175 Roslindale, MA 6 J.T. Eakins INF Fr. R-R 5-11 180 Carver, MA 7 Don Furcillo INF So. R-R 5-8 210 Westford, MA 8 Brian LeBlanc C So. R-R 5-11 180 Wilmington, MA 9 Joe Seeley P Jr. L-R 5-10 165 So. Boston, MA 10 IVIichael Ledoux INF So. R-R 6-0 175 Wilbraham, MA 11 Bobby Wickham OF So. R-L 6-0 190 Natick, MA 12 Jim Pascarelli OF Fr. R-R 5-9 165 Stoughton, MA 13 Dave Ferrando INF Sr. R-R 5-6 170 Wallingford, CT 16 Ben Harding OF Fr. R-R 5-9 170 Merrimack, NH 17 Brian Hamlin INF So. R-R 6-3 220 Plainville, MA 19 Ryan Melia C Fr. R-R 5-10 185 Dennis, MA 20 IVIax Benoit P/INF Fr. L-R 6-5 230 Waterford, CT 21 Pete Lown P So. R-R 6-0 160 Plainville, MA 22 Nick Mackey P So. R-R 5-11 175 Teaneck, NJ 23 Brian Sullivan P/OF So. R-R 5-11 215 Medway, MA 24 Craig Falciglia OF Fr. R-R 6-2 185 Franklin Lakes, NJ 25 Joseph Hynes P Fr. L-L 6-2 220 So. Boston, MA 26 Tony Giannetti INF Sr. R-R 6-0 200 Scituate, MA 150 28 Curry College Class Gary Vuolo 3f 2002 P/INF Fr. R-R 6-3 205 Walpole, MA Opponent Spring Break Trip - Ft. Pierce, FL William Penn University Franlilin & Marshall Westminster College St. Scholastica College Geneva College Framingham State College Fisher College *Went\vorth Inst, of Technology Johnson and Wales University Fitchburg State College Becker College Babson College *Roger Williams University Daniel Webster College *Nichols College *Eastern Nazarene College *Salve Regina University Fisher College UMass Boston Mass. Maritime Academy *Gordon College *Colby-Sawyer College *New England College *Anna Maria College *Endicott College Head Coach: Dave Perdios, Brandeis '80 (4"' season) Assistant Coaches: John Flanders & Ken Farmer Captain: Dave Ferrando Living the Memories 151 Women's Softball Curry College for Softball Spring 2002 Surran Denise,Goldman Jamie, Berardi Kaitlin, Montalto Leslie, Raposa Bethanie, Fallon Kathleen, Machado AUyson, Maguire Catherine, Sandeffer Meagan, Gabrey Candice, Bello Lisa, Meehl Lee- Ann, Morris Lisa, Palmacci Victoria, Tliibault Carol, Wheelwright Christina. Coach Bruce Wechworth Assistant Coach Lou Bello Pitching Coach Elisa Paparo Managers Shannon Brock Rachel Green 2002 Curry College SoftbaU Only one senior and a talented group of underclassmen guided this year's Curry College Softball squad to a 23-17-1 record. Senoir shortstop Tina Wheelwright was a four year starter and will definitely be missed next season. Strong leadership was provided by the tri-captains:junior Allyson Machado, junior Leslie Montatalto, and sophomore Lisa Bello. Machado earned 1st Team All-Conference and was named common- wealth Coast Conference "Player of the Year". Wheelwright garnered 2nd Team All-Conference honors while Bello and sophomore Denise Surran earned Honorable Mention All-Conference honors. Machado was also named team Most Valuable Player while Kathleen Fallon and Vicky Palmacci earned the Co-Rookies of the Year award. Head Coach Bruce weachworth and Assistant Coach Lou Bello, were pleased with the season but realize this young team could have achieved more but both are excited about the bright future of the Curry College Softball program. 152 Curry College Class of 2002 1 d ■pHn ■pHH^I ^^r^ ^^SHh 1 ^ c f i^s.f'^ f ^L _ i s f |VJ ■Ita J n^^ Living the Memories 153 ^^■^^B ■ ■1 If ■ ^^B Tfe ym9 i * te ■ T 154 Curry College Class of 2002 I Academics SOIW^OV "* Academics • ) Acad emic > CD O Acadernics soiuiapHDy Acad en 156 Curry 158 Curry 7i'^ Living theJVlemories 159 j Curry College Spring Fling 2002 Wednesday, May 1 8PM Pool Tournament - Single elimination tournament with a $50 prize for the winner. Colonel's Comer Thursday, May 2 9:30PM -1:30AM Pub Night - Hang out with your friends at the last all ages pub of the year, (co-sponsored by CAB and Hillel) ARC Friday, May 3 7:00PM -11:30PM Semi-Formal - Come dance the night away in the elegance of the World Trade Center in Boston. Tickets must be purchased from the Office of Student Activities. Dinner will be served. World Trade Center, Boston Buses leaving from Drapkin at 6:30PM Saturday, May 4 1:00PM -6:00PM Outdoor Festival and Concert - Featuring 1 12 with special guests Bello and Freeze Pop. Westhaver Park Concert begins at 1:00PM 4:30PM Barbeque - Join us for dinner on the park. Westhaver Park 7:30PM- 11:30PM Video Dance Party - Featuring VJ Mark from Philidelphia Miller Gymnasium 11:30PM Midnight Breakfast - Join Curry's senior staff for a midnight breakfast Drapkin Student Center Sunday, May 5 11:00AM Jazz Brunch - Join Boston's own Roberto Cassan and his Jazz Trio for the first Curry Sunday Jazz Brunch. Drapkin Student Center ALL EVENTS ARE SPONSORED BY the CAMPUS ACTIVITIES BOARD ifto riirr>'rfiiifTKiriiMtf?iin? - Living the Memories 161 162 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 163 164 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 165 166 Curry CoUege Class of 2002 Living the Memories 167 .iiisLi 2002 Senior Week Schedule of Events May 14^^ -May 19th Tuesday, May 14*^ - President's Reception; 4-7pm; Medieval Manor; 8pm- 1 1pm Wed., May 15^** - Field Day 1 1 :30-3:30pm; Spirit of Boston Harbor Cruise; 10:30pm-2am Thurs., May 16^** - Cookout 12-2pm; Foxwoods; 5pm-2am Friday, May 17*** - Six Flags day trip; Waterworks; 8:30pm-l :00am Sat., May 18*** - Graduation Rehearsal; 10-12pm; President's Family Reception; 12-2pm; Final Pub; 10pm- lam Sun., May 19*** - Commencement! You must bring an ID to Medieval Manor, Foxwoods, Waterworks, the Harbor Cruise and the Final Pub :hi- Memories i6v / Li\ irii' the MtT Awards Night 2002 174 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 175 176 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 177 Commencement May 19, 2002 178 Curry College Class of 2002 Living tlie Memories 179 180 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 181 182 Curry College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 183 Nurses Pinning May 18, 2002 ]84 Curr>' College Class of 2002 Living the Memories 185 IT" 186 Curry College Class of 2002 Nurses Pinning May 18, 2002 Living the Memories 187 Christopher M. Greenwood Congratulations! From your first day of school to your last We all hope it's been a blast. Now take all of that learmng And do something for which you've been yearning Proud is something we all are Of a wonderful young man who has come so far. Love, Mom and Bob Dad, Elaine & Mitch All of the Greenwoods, Careys and Rodericks ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Kim & Kathy Heagney Kim & Kathy, We are so proud of your many achieivements. Love, Mom & Dad ^ 188 Curry College An Open Letter To AAy Son, Joseph Simon Dufur The time is finally here. The time I've feared, the time I've tried to ignore, the time I've run away from: your college graduation. And yes, Joe, I'm afraid - so very, very afraid. Afraid to let you go, afraid to let you be the man I know you already are, afraid to let you fly. Where did the time go? It began the very minute I knew about you, with all the excitement and expectations of having another baby boy. It continued as you grew - from the first day we faced our new life as a family alone, just you, your brother, and me, and kept on as each stage of your life was met. When you waved goodbye to me on the school steps on your very first day of school. ..did you see how big my smile was? You had no way of knowing how much crying I was doing inside, and outside, too, once I got back home again. It was the beginning of the end to me.. .just the beginning of knowing that you didn't need your "mommy" anymore. But you showed me time and time again that I was wrong, you showed me time and time again that I was needed in your life as much as ever. To soothe the aches, to dull the pains, to celebrate the victories, to be proud of the successes. And oh, the successes, Joe. The biggest success of alt is the pride I feel when I talk about you, when I look at you, when I realize the price of the trip we've taken is worth the price we've paid; or maybe the biggest success is when I can introduce you by saying "This is Joe, my son - no, he's not only my son, he's my best friend". I could say congratulations, because you've earned it - I could say good luck to you - but you don't need it - I could say that I love you and that I'm proud of you, but you already know it.,.so what I will say is this: No matter how far you fly, always know the way home. Love Always, Mom James Keith Collins Then, now and forever, our love for you was, is, and always will be. We know your future will be bright, as a result of your hard work and past successes. Congratulations! Love, Mom and Dad Jeff Lang Nana's greatest wish was to see you graduate from college. You've made her wish come true and she's watching over YOU always. WE are very proud of you as well. Remember to follow your dreams and you will succeed. With love. Mom, Dad, Mike CAITLIN MORENO CAITLIN, THE ICE, AS IS LIFE, HAS NOT ALWAYS BEEN SMOOTH, BUT YOU AL- WAYS HAVE SUC- CEEDED AND MADE US SO PROUD OF YOU. CONGRATULATIONS! LOVE, MOM, DAD, LARRY, JENA Class of 2002 189 J Nicole Bello Nothing but the best There is nothing more exciting than watching you accomplish your goals in life. You have worked so hard and have come so far that it is an honor to say I know you. Keep working hard and success will continue to bless you. Remember you've made every- one proud, baby. love, Louie Jones Wesley Cavallo dear Jones, You're out of this world; Curry «pP^ -+ « College yv commitment completion conquered . . . and ontc ) the next ^ Amanda Feldman Congratulations, Amanda! I'm very proud of you. You truly earned it. Good luck, good health and much happi- ness always! Love always. Mom Alicia M. Collie CONGRATULATIONS ! You never stop amazing us with all you do and achieve. We are very proud of you. May your fu- ture hold all you desire and may all your dreams come true. Al- ways believe in yourself! We love you - Mom, Dad, Nana 190 Curry College Elissa Kostopoulos To Our Lissy, We are very proud of you. You can do whatever you put your mind to. Congratulations! We love you. Mom. Dad. Alex, Peppermint and Sampson Cathleen Cullinan Cathleen, You have grown into a lovely young lady but you will always be our little princess. We are very proud of you. We love you. Mom and Dad Nicole, Yeah! You made it. Love, Dad, Mom & Jim We wish you ~^^ luck! Congratulations to the Class of 2002 from Student Activities and Residence Life 2002 Yearbook Colophon This yearbook was printed by Jostens, Inc. out of their State College, PA plant. Senior portraits were provided by McGrath Studios in Braintree. All other pictures were provided to us by student submission and Curry's campus photographer. The majority of the photos in this book were digital images, placed into layouts using Picture Placer. The book was printed on 80# gloss paper and distributed at no charge to all graduating seniors. These pages were all created using Adobe Pagemaker 6.5 and Jostens Year tech 2002. The cover was designed by artist Rick Brooks from State College, PA and editor Stephanie Moskal and was created in the Topeka, KS plant. Photos for the cover were provided by the campus pho- tographer. The editor for this book was Stephanie Moskal. Co-editor was Erin Driscoll. Both were under the leadership of esteemed adviser Mike Randall, who still has limited computer capabilities:) We would like to thank everyone who submit- ted photos and write-ups to help us document the 2001-2002 school year in this book. Thank you to our Jostens yearbook representa- tive, Tara Anderson, for her help throughout the year. Thank you also to our consultant, Christina Ripka, at the State College, PA plant. 192 Curry College Class of 2002 ' .. v-i-.